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New Music | Buffalo Killers – Hey Girl

Buffalo Killers – Hey Girl [B]uffalo Killers are sharing up another track from their forthcoming record, Dig. Sow. Love. Grow., a slow burner of a track that lays somewhere between 70’s rock and a tab of acid. It’s a cool jam and its starting to feel like this new album is gonna be quite a good album. Dig. Sow. Love. Grow. will hit shelves Aug. 7 via Alive Naturalsound Records.

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New Music | Buffalo Killers – Get It

Buffalo Killers – Get It Buffalo Killers’ next album Dig. Sow. Love. Grow. is set for a August 7 release on Alive Records. The KY trio released first cut “Get It,” and as evidenced it draws from similar influences as past tunes, a little americana, rock, folk and a little fuzzy psychedelia.  The song is pretty guitar heavy and suuuuuper fuzzy, and definitely feels as though it could have come straight out of an early 70’s rock record.

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New Music | Buffalo Killers – Oh My Word

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Buffalo Killers – Oh My Word

Cincinnati’s Buffalo Killers blues rock twang draws comparisons to an early Black Crowes sound.  They’ve been on tour with them, so it just seems to fit, they released a fantastic album earlier this year titled “3.”  And now, they are giving away a single that they recorded not so much as a week ago.

“Oh My Word,” is an ambling tenderly plucked track with the three band members harmonizing quite well together.  The song itself feels a bit Neil Young, a tad Allman Brothers.

Check them out on tour with the North Mississippi All Stars:

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New Music | Buffalo Killers – Circle Day

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Buffalo Killers – CircleDay

Cincinnati’s Buffalo Killers are a blues rock band signed to Alive Records.  Their midwestern roots and blues rock sound landed them a tour with the Black Crowes, and a record produced by Ohio’s Dan Auerbach.  The band, comprising of brothers Zachary and Andrew Gabbard with Joseph Sebaali make some great sounding rock & roll music; a bit twangy, a bit bluesy and completely catchy.  I can understand Chris Robinson connecting  to their music, its got a similar sound to the Crowes, but a bit more rough and wild sounding.  Check out their first cut from their self-produced album “3” out August 2nd (available on CD, Digital and Colored Vinyl in both blue and purple – limited to just 500 copies each color).

Their summer tour of The States kicks-off June 15th in Dayton, with dates across the pond to follow.

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